Academic/Teaching

 

 

David Dolata has been the Program Coordinator for Music History Studies at the Florida International University School of Music in Miami since 2004. During that period he has also directed the Collegium Musicum and has taught a variety of courses including the following undergraduate and graduate courses:

 

 

Undergraduate

MUH 3211 Music History Survey I

MUH 3212 Music History Survey II

MUH 3213 Music History Survey III

MUH 3912C  Basic Music Research and Bibliography

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Performance Practice

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Performance Styles

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Tunings and Temperaments

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Music in Shakespeare and Shakespeare in Music

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Music of the Medieval Era

MUH 4680 Music History Seminar: Music of the Renaissance

MUS 4910 Senior Research

MUH 4993 Music in the Baroque Period

IDS 3336 Artistic Expression in a Global Society

Graduate

MUH 5219 Graduate Music History Survey

MUH 5685 Graduate Music History Review I

MUH 5686 Graduate Music History Review II

MUH 5687 Graduate Music History Review I

MUH 5993 Musical Style and Practice in the Baroque Era

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Performance Practice

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Performance Styles

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Tunings and Temperaments

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Music in Shakespeare and Shakespeare in Music

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Music of the Medieval Era

MUH 6937 Special Topics in Music History: Music of the Renaissance

MUS 5711 Music Bibliography

MUS 5905 Directed Study

HIS 7980 Ph.D. Dissertation